Rehab India Foundation, a Delhi-based non-profit organisation, invariably aims at uplifting the poor, empowering women and educating underprivileged. The main objectives of Rehab are increasing the livelihood of the poor and empowering the disadvantaged sections in our society. Rehab is one among the few trusted grass root non-governmental organizations of India.
This annual report provides an overview of Rehab’s slew of social works spread across health, education, economic development, drinking water, and sanitation. Apart from the account of events, campaigns and other key initiatives, the report unfolds the themebased sustainable approach behind various activities, along with the stories of hope from the villages.
We strive for an India where no one lives in poverty or lack of education or lack of medical aid for illness, where all have an access to a decent standard of living and equal opportunities and choices essential to long, healthy and creative lives with dignity and respect.
Our mission is to help people living in extreme poverty to achieve major improvements in their lives which lasts and spread without on-going support from Rehab. To achieve this mission, we engage in long-term development work, build resilience, respond to emergency situations, and seek to address the poor cause of poverty through our development education and advocacy work.